Penn State Football’s Trey Wallace No Longer Listed As Questionable Ahead Of UMass
After being listed as questionable for the last three games, wide receiver Trey Wallace is officially back in the lineup ahead of Penn State football’s homecoming matchup with UMass.
Tight end Khalil Dinkins and offensive lineman JB Nelson were listed as out on the team’s availability report.
Wallace is a key target for quarterback Drew Allar, and the receiving corps struggled without him against Illinois but fared better against Iowa. So far, Wallace has 10 receptions for 98 yards, with a long of 18 yards.
Wallace has been listed as questionable for the last three games but had no targets in limited action. James Franklin said Wallace was ready to come back before the game with Northwestern, but had his injury tweaked before the game.
Dinkins has appeared in every game for the Nittany Lions this year and recorded a nine-yard touchdown reception during the White Out against Iowa.
Nelson has also consistently been on the Nittany Lion offensive line and was carted off the field during Penn State’s matchup with Northwestern. James Franklin declined to comment on Nelson’s injury, meaning it isn’t season-ending.
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